Leaving Memphis.

City after city I see people who want to work their soils, taste clear water, own their lives, and share with each other.  Memphis is no different.  It’s sprouting down here at the edge of the delta, may it grow strong.

Back to the river.

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About banksofthebasin

Brett grew up in South Jersey, moved to the coast of Maine to study human ecology, and then spent a year traveling on rivers around the world—from the frozen arctic to the mangroves of south Asia. Before setting out on Banks of the Basin he baked bread in Pittsburgh and kayaked the beautiful rivers of central Appalachia.
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